Wednesday May 22

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9.00 Opening 

Pekka Huovila, Chair of the Scientific Committee

SBE series presentation
Wim Bakens, CIB
Anders Persson, FIDIC

 

9.15 Keynote 1 - Social Licence to Operate
Ilari Aho, Uponor

 

10.00 Keynote 2 - Guidelines for realizing circular ambitions in a building development process
Wouter Roemaat, Partner at Alba Concepts

 

10.45 Coffee

 

11.15 PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

HAPPY PEOPLE

11.15 A methodology to assess sustainability of the built environment in Latin American neighborhoods: five cases in Southern Chile
Antonio Zumelzu (Universidad Austral de Chile)

11.30 The role of prosumers in supporting in renewable energies sources
Sara Torabi Moghadam (Politecnico di Torino)

11.45 Housing: Dense, high-rise buildings with green, low carbon solutions. Case study Santiago, Chile. Sustainable High-rise Building in Santiago
Eric Pollock (Metropolia UAS)

12.00 Interaction of obligatory regulations and voluntary ecolabels for climate change mitigation in the Finnish building sector
Riikka Holopainen (Ecolabelling Finland)

12.15 Residential movements in connection to renovation of rented multi-family housing: a pilot study
Paula Femenías (Chalmers University of Technology)

 


MATERIAL, LIFE CYCLES AND CICULARITY

11.15 RTS EPD’s – Different Methods of Producing Reliable Environmental Information of Building Products in Finland
Laura Sariola (The Building Information Foundation RTS sr)

11.30 Equation for zero emissions -achieving carbon-neutrality in building sector
Antti Ruuska (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.)

11.45 Study on sustainability "assessment" based on entropy generation in a built environment employing PCMs
Camila Kramel (Construction Engineering Postgraduate Program, Federal University of Parana), George Stanescu (Mechanical Engineering Department, Federal University of Parana)

12.00 Participatory service design and community involvement in designing future-ready sustainable learning landscapes
Niclas Sandström (University of Helsinki), Anne Nevgi (University of Helsinki)

12.15 Resource strategies - discussions on remodeling modernistic housing and related social impacts
Inge Vestergaard (Aarhus School of Architecture)

12.30 PEF method to assess the environmental footprint of buildings – result of PEF4Buildings project
Carolin Spirinckx (VITO - Flemish Institute for Technological Research)

 


INDUSTRY / HAPPY PEOPLE

11.15 Assessing the Applicability of the HUL Approach: The Case of the Junction Neighborhood, Toledo, Ohio
Salim Elwazani (Bowling Green State University)

11.30 Co-creation of the future sustainable learning environment
Suvi Nenonen (Tampere University)

11.45 THE USA'S BUY QUIET INITIATIVE
Bryan Beamer (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)

12.00 Citizen Engagement, Co-Creation & Demographics: Three Elements For Avoiding Urban Segregation and Inequalities.
Natalia Rincon (CHAOS architects)

12.15 Towards Citizen Control by Engaging the Political Actors and the Passive Participants
Ken Dooley (Granlund), Richard Bull (Nottingham University)

12.30 SETUP Management: A Strategic Analysis of the Nineteen (19) Problematic Projects of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) on “Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program” (SETUP) in Region IV-A, Philippines
Jellie Molino (University of Turin)

 


12.45 Lunch

 

13.45 PARALLEL SESSIONS

POSITIVE STIMULATION AND WELL-BEING

13.45 Developing a transition agenda towards a circular economy: the Dutch case of the province of Overijssel
Theo De Bruijn (Saxion University of Applied Sciences and IAA Architects)

14.00 Health & wellbeing in offices- A study of literature on the Nordic perspective
Melina Forooraghi (Chalmers University of Technology)

14.15 New housing concepts seducing young adults to settle; the case of Deventer and Enschede
Bram Entrop (Saxion University of Applied Sciences)

14.30 Multidimensional evaluation of tenants’ temporal relocation during a renovation: A comparison between two case studies from Sweden.
Antonio Serrano-Jiménez (University of Seville - Department of Architectural Construction I), Paula Femenías (Chalmers University of Technology - Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering)

14.45 The role and value of local welfare institutions in multicultural areas
Kari Moseng (Aarhus School of Architecture)

15.00 Infrastructure, innovation and industry as solutions for breaking inequality vicious cycles
Irene Josa (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)


 

CLEAN PLANET

13.45 Identify Optimal Renovation Packages for Residential Buildings: A State-of-the-Art Computational Model
Mohamad Kharseh (Chalmers University of Technology)

14.00 Thermal comfort analysis of a representative multi-story social housing unit with wood as an alternative construction material in Brazil
Esaiy Antonio Valdenebro Galaz (Hafencity University)

14.15 Primary energy and CO2 emissions implications of different insulation, cladding and frame materials for residential buildings
Leif Gustavsson (Linnaeus University)

14.30 OFF GRID SYSTEMS
Eric Pollock (Metropolia UAS)

14.45 Greenhouse gas emissions from built environment development in Iceland
Jukka Heinonen (University of Iceland)

15.00 TOWARDS MORE SUSTAINABLE PATTERNS OF DEVELOPMENT
Francesco Paolo R. MARINO (University of Basilicata)
 



INDUSTRY / MATERIAL LIFE CYCLES AND CIRCULARITY

13.45 Towards a circular industrialized housing production – A State of the Art
Urban Persson (Lund University, Department of Construction Management)

14.00 How to transform circular economy from a vision to designs in the urban planning process? Case examples from Finland
Lilli Linkola (Ethica Oy)

14.15 Urban development tools for climate change mitigation
Jyri Nieminen (Sweco Finland Ltd.)

14.30 Circular thinking means new potential and significant cost and CO2-emission reductions in infrastructure construction
Riina Känkänen (Ramboll Finland)

14.45 Smart Otaniemi ecosystem - A living lab with real customers
Antti Ruuska (VTT), Sanna Öörni (VTT)


15.15 Coffee

 

15.45 PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

EMERGING CONCEPTS

15.45 Mainstreaming Affordable Sustainable Housing Practices in Developing Countries
Harri Hakaste (Ministry of the Evironment)

16.00 Nature Based Solutions (NBS) for sustainable and resilient cities: experiences from Europe and Brazil
Carmen Antuña Rozado (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.)

16.15 Smart and sustainable urban development in Egypt: the case of Nabta Smart Town
Francesco Reda (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.)

16.30 Circular Economy in the Built Environment: Supporting Emerging Concepts
Pekka Huovila (Green Building Council Finland)

16.45 Green Urban Development: A methodology to calculate site and infrastructure related GHG emissions
Prashant Kapoor (International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group)

17.00 Passiv Solar design basics, a way for low emission buildings?
Søren Dietz (Bjerg Arkitektur)

 

 

15.45 WORKSHOP / INTERACTIVE AND INTEGRATIVE URBAN PLANNING GAME - THE SUSTAINABLE DIALOGUE BETWEEN HAPPY PEOPLE AND CLEAN PLANET

 

 

INDUSTRY / CLEAN PLANET

15.45 Smart ventilation control considering hourly energy price and outdoor air quality: A case study from Helsinki
Davor Stjelja (Granlund Oy)

16.00 Virtual sensor use cases from building operation data
Davor Stjelja (Granlund Oy)

16.15 Achieving a sustainable and circular interior sector
Ivana Kildsgaard (Tengbom)

16.30 Sustainable BIM in bridge design
Anna Kogut (Metropolia UAS)

16.45 Egypt sustainable development in the next decades
Ahmed Hussein (Metropolia)

17.00 ECOLOGICAL HAND-PRINTS : A MATRIX FOR SUSTAINABLE ACTION
RK GAUTHAM (CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD)



18.00 City Reception